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WEDNESDAY, gEPTEMUKK 4, 181
Tonight and Thursday fair;
enntla northeasterlv winds.
TllE GREAT ADVENTURE
Philip Glbbs, an English corre
spondent, has this to say ot the Am
erican lads be meets pouring Into the
war belt: ' . '
"The Intonation of their voices Is
PORT IJMON BANANAS
ORAXGKft AND LEMONS
KINNEY & TRUAX GROCERY
HUGE FRENCH SHELL
"ONE MAN CAPTURED"
they are ours" la given a new ver-
A good Index to the way Amerl- elon In an Interview with Floyd 0 lb
cans fight Is found In a recent sum-'bons, a war correspondent who left
mary of casualties among the uia- one eye 10 Franc. Says Gibbons:
rlnea who stopped and blunted the ..Tne American soldiers has met
point of the German wedge n Mod'the German and has his number."
at Paris. 1 ! Or as our fighting men phrase It,
The list shows 717 casualties, of 8tM more tersely. In tholr letters
which 1$0 are deaths caused In ac- none:
tlon, 160 severely wonnded and 373 j
slightly wounded. There are a few;
loses from minor causes. Then'
"We've got Frltt's goat."
There la no doubt about it. The
American soldier, having licked the
come, the most Interesting Item of Boch6 Ume h ha mpt h)m g
all-one man "missing." ab0,utey' convlnced that h, can ,u.k
Only one man out of those thous- h)m ,my Um h(mft(r
soda who stemmed tne tterman on-
set, and of the mare than 700 lost1 Such ,a,th M tbal brln ,l ownlon "!
1 II ll T . . -. .......... ...
Till i is the tyMS of Kremh shell
which lias caused so much conaterna-
tlon In the German lines. They are
used In the larger gun and their height
can be readily ascertained when It be
comes known tlmt the French officer
beside It measures almost six feet Id
Somewhere In France there Is an
A me r Irun boy Hunting for you. Have
you lyoved yourself worth bla won-
j dor ful effort by finishing his socks
Era & Sh J&s
. c n am
Mothers of Oregon
Prepare for Trouble!,
When girl becomes woman, whatt
a woman bocoiuea a nmiher, and what
t woman passes through Un ohangea ol
middle life, are the Uiree tierlods ol
when health and strength ara men
nretled to wiUisUnd Uia aln and da
tresa often cana-d by severe orgsnie d
inrtiancee. Many Uiou.amla along M
Vsclile Utaa would WW'y 1
by the enemy. There la no even re ,,r that the can ,,ck th8 0er
positive assurance of his capture. fan- But tne lime
though It is assumed from the fact token' the Gman. are coming to
that no trace ot him has been found. reard " "s a n,oral lhat
If really taken by the Germans, the "T "el 'n Amerlians.
presumption la that he yielded him- wlU be '-' 'w'1""
self only when helpless from wounds, p f 1"'.k them
or exhaustion. " I i,08t commentators prefer to rail
The marines do not surrender. U "the psychology of victory" on
Neither does the regular infantry, '" W nd "deteriorating morale"
nor the artillery, nor any other n M other. It means the same
branch of the service. Just watch tn'ng. The point Is that the great
the casualty lists for a while, and of , German superiority la ex-
note the incredibly small number of Ploded. the Hun has been stripped
passes through, and there ls a sense "captured." compared with the us-f pretense and 'eclf-eonfidenco, the
v -. .f vi.(m. hnrinvL..! 1 .... n 1 n .1 nn. Priiulnn nrmv ham nn niorrt nnwer
of a new chapter of history having ual proportion of prisoner and par- Prusalan army haa no more power
been opened when one asks the wsy Iticularly compared with the number to terrify. Man for man, the Amer
from one of their traffic men and! 0ernlan prlgoner, uken b our lean knows himself the Hun's mas
. . . u trooos. . iter
meets a column 01 isas on me marca
with long packs down the middle or
their backs and a ragtime tune on
"They are coming now In a steady
Commodore Perry's famous mess-
' "Wo hiia mat tha anamv mfl
DOW wnicn laps over wiue irncis wn
country, where three years ago our
new armies 1 billeted and encamped
on their way to the fighting lines.
"This visible proof of big numbers
of these crowds of tall lads who
come tramnlng through France, the
vanguard of greater armies, makes
one feel safer from the horrible men
are that has always sprawled over
France since August, 1914, and In
them la the hope that whatever may
happen in danger or In tragedy, the
worst of all can never happen now.
"So yesterday It was good to Bet
Into the middle of this moving tide
of American troops and see It break
and trickle Into many little hamlets
of France, where there were , regt- j
menjal or battalion or company'
"It was good to hear the tramp of j
all their feet, to see these passing;
waves of lean, bronzed faces, to!
crawl carefully in one's car through 1
an avenue of American boys lying,
on each side of a forest track, sleep-
log or smoking a little before the
next stage of the march. j
"Romance has gone from our;
army a long time ago. These scenes 1
of war become too familiar to us for
any sense ot romance, and most of
our men are realists to whom the ad
venture of war has become routine
and boredom between the hours of,
abondinable danger. But the Amer-j
lean soldiers are so fresh that for!
them it was all a new and wonderful!
adventure and we who were stale toj
the aspect of things find a new in
terest In familiar surroundings be-!
It will still be a long, hard fight
against organization and machinery,
but a fight made simple and plain
by the certainty of the outcome.
YOU ARE THE JURY
llnir the Tintiiimny of Jrmiti Phm
People and INriiln the t'we
Doan's Kidney I'llls are on trlul
ar being tried every day for weak
klilneys for exhausting kidney
barkni'hes. What Is the verdict?
Read (Irani Pans tetimony-ieron-a
ex!erlnvs of Grunts I'nxs wit
nesses. There can Ih only one ver
dict a rhorun' of approval.
Mrs. J. R. Ounnlng, 406 B, Fonrth
St., says: ".My back cuumil me a
irroat 'der.r of 111 lurry at tlmea and
there were dull, lit irlrm-don slns
arrosa my kidneys. PurlnK these at
tucks, my klilneys have acted too
fmely and then aitnln, have been'
congested. Pour's Kidney I'llls al
ways regulate my kidneys and stop
that misery in my back after I have
taken a box or two."
Price Mr, st all dealers. Don't
simply ask for a kidney remedy get
Doan's Kidney Pllla the anuie that
Mrs. Ounnlng had. Fonter-MIIbiim
Co., Mfrrs.. Buffalo. N. T.
cause of the novelty ot it all to the;
new comers." j
Romance and adventure! That Is
what the war Is to these eager Am-,
erican lads pouring into France in an
endless flood. They bring the fresh
rest that our weary, war-sick allies
need the priceless "first courage,"!
.that laughs at danger and toll, the
buoyancy and confidence that lifts,
the Great Crusade from the slough j
of despondency Into which it might
otherwise have fallen, and makes the
And you at home do not pity
those lads.., Envy them!
Uncle Sam " This Old lius Sure Steps Along"
.THE ALL -AMERICAN SWEEPSTAKES
On Saturday, Septenilicr 2,".th. forlfi-eiiihl slates
In the Union will leave their murks nt the crack of
the gun in the llh Liberty Loan Haw.
The course will be long anil mux", bul it's a
real race now. Tbe slnkes arc ever mounting
higher and every rcd-b.ooded Airlerican is backing
hit entry lo win. .
Thrice a winner, Oregon will be Jockeyed at the
post and beaten al the finish if we don't prepare.
Let the blood of Our Boys "over there" stim
ulate our driving power over here and once more
pull Oregon FIHST UNDER THE WIRE.
If every person in this 'town, county and state
will do his thinking, talking and figuring NOW
and when the time comes ACT tne 4th Liberty
Loan Campaign in Oregon will be OVER WHEN
Liraarv Loam Coarnu
MRS. JOS. MOSS
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